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Entries for October 2007

Riding the Fence
By Craig Conway -- In November last year, I was hunting in Canada. This hunt had to be the hardest one I've ever been through. On the first day, I saw some deer, but not anything worth shooting. In the distance I could see a giant deer chasing does,...

Mamma Hits It Big
By Russell Thornberry -- It was about a year ago when my wife of 39 years asked me a most unusual question: "When am I going to get to shoot something really big?" She caught me off guard. Sharleen is, by her own admission, a fair-weather ...

How Much Is Enough?
-- With so many great scent, grunt and rattle products out there, it's tough to figure out the right mix. How much scent is too much, and how much rattling or grunting, or rattling AND grunting is enough? The problem is that the answer could be dif...

Too Much Bang for the Buck!
By Pete Porter -- It was the last Wednesday of the Vermont regular deer season in 2003, and I was hunting with my nephew Everett and my friend Pete Desorda. We had been doing drives all day and were quite beat. Everett had enough by 2:30 p.m. and we...

Lost and Found
By Galvey Vincent -- I was hunting back in the Atchafalaya Basin in Louisiana. I had harvested a spike and another buck during rifle season. As I was dragging the second deer out of the woods, I came across a 12-inch wide tree that a buck was rubbin...

Part 1: The Art & Science of Rattling White-tailed Deer

Never Too Old to Learn
By Mark Wilson -- A lot of my friends at work are deer hunters, and I would often here their stories of seeing deer, being in the woods, the solitude, and the reflection that happens when you're out there sitting in a treestand. It seemed to me that...
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